As you will already be aware, we have been advised to close our school due to the ongoing situation with Coronavirus. To ensure children don’t miss out, we have taken measures to ensure that the children are still able to access learning from home. This post will provide guidance and support on how you can access your child’s work and how you are able to communicate with the class teacher.
Work for each year group will be uploaded by the class teacher in our Year Group pages via Class Dojo every week. Teachers are very keen to give educational instruction, alongside work to be produced. Therefore they will be uploading teaching videos to help your child understand the tasks that are being set.
All tasks will be easy for the children to understand and access. We expect all children to attempt every task and upload work for staff to provide feedback upon.Our younger children will need your help with this.
Reception- in addition to Class Dojo, continue to upload in the usual way through Tapestry.
Please also let your teacher know about anything you are particularly proud of as we can share this!
You may upload work in any way, for example, taking a photograph of the work and attaching it. Anything else can be attached to an email and sent to email@example.com. Please include your child’s name and class.
If you have any questions or queries about anything during the week please do so via Class Dojo or the email above.
What else will help to support learning:
Please ensure that your child reads for at least 15 minutes a day. Bug Club should be accessed daily
If your child is in Year 1 to 6, please ensure that they use Times Table Rock Stars daily; again your child should already have a log in for this.
If your child has misplaced their login details then please inform the school office.
KS1 children, please make sure you practise your phonic sounds for 20 mins a day. These key skills are vital for children and their progress.
You can also find our 50 things to do before 11 ¾ on our website.
There are lots of interesting activities that you can do as a family at home and the children can track and send us what they have been doing.
We will be posting several useful links on our website and emailing them out to you in the coming weeks.
Now, more than ever, you will be playing an incredibly important role in educating your children. We want to support you as much as we possibly can.
We will of course be keeping in touch with you regularly.
Our thoughts and best wishes are with you all.
We hope to be able to see you all soon.